The final moments of the Q1 segment witnessed huge drama, as Aston Martin’s Lance Stroll suffered a major crash in the last corner, bringing out red flags.

    With all 20 cars circulating as the Marina Bay Street Circuit surface ramped up at the tail-end of Q1, Stroll was pushing hard to earn a berth in Q2 when he suffered a snap of oversteer after running over the kerbs at the final turn.

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    That unsettled the Aston Martin, sending Stroll into the barriers before his AMR23 bounced back onto the track, having suffered major damage in the process – with Stroll getting out of the car under his own steam and climbing into the medical car.

    Stroll on his Q1 crash: ’I pushed in the last corner and tried to make up some time – it didn’t work’

    Speaking to the media after returning from a check at the circuit’s medical centre, Stroll confirmed “I’m okay, everything’s okay” – before explaining what had led to the crash.

    “It was really bad,” he said. “We just had a very bad out-lap with traffic, no temperature in the tyres, I had just no grip out there the whole session. In the end, I saw we were going out, so I just pushed in the last corner and tried to make up some time but it didn’t work.

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    “We’ll see what we can do [tomorrow],” he added, “but it’s tough to pass around here, so… we’ll see what we can do.”

    Watch the huge moment in the video above, which saw Stroll drop out of qualifying in Q1, along with Valtteri Bottas, Oscar Piastri, Logan Sargeant and Zhou Guanyu.